PLAXTOL LOCAL HISTORY GROUP

COMING SOON

UNTIL WE ARE ABLE TO RESUME MEETINGS IN PLAXTOL MEMORIAL HALL, ALL OUR TALKS WILL BE HELD REMOTELY VIA Zoom, instead of in Plaxtol Memorial Hall.

To participate in our Zoom meetings, you need to download Zoom onto a suitable device with an inbuilt camera (for example, a laptop, a tablet and most modern personal computers) – the larger the screen the better.

If you have not already downloaded Zoom, please download the FREE BASIC VERSION in advance in order to join our Zoom meetings. You will also need a separate invitation to join each Zoom meeting.

Further details of each Zoom meeting, including an invitation to join that meeting, will be emailed to those members usually sent advance notice of our meetings by email. Any member who has not already provided their email address and wishes to receive an invitation to our Zoom meetings may send us a message by completing and submitting the form on our Contact Page.

ZOOM MEETINGS:

Tuesday 1 September, 8pm – Stephen Hemsted will be hosting a short Zoom meeting to demonstrate how our Zoom meetings will work and how to get the best out of them.

Tuesday 8 September, 8pm – SECRET CANTERBURY, a talk by Dr Geoff Doel.

Tuesday 13 October, 8pm – short ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING, followed by A BRIEF HISTORY OF PLAXTOL CHURCH, a talk by Haydn Puleston Jones. (This replaces the original talk, which is being rebooked for 2021.)

PLEASE NOTE THAT SOME OR ALL OF THE FOLLOWING TALKS MAY BE CANCELLED OR CHANGED OWING TO CORONAVIRUS, OR THE START TIME MAY CHANGE

Tuesday 10 November, 8pm – BIGGIN HILL MEMORIAL MUSEUM, a talk by Andy Burton

The rest of our programme.

ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTIONS

Because of the disruption owing to Coronavirus, the Committee has decided to waive the annual subscription for 2020. If you have already paid your 2020 subscription, it will be carried forward to 2021.

Our latest booklet, PLAXTOL’S LONG FARMING HISTORY by Haydn Puleston Jones, is now available.

Copies of all our booklets are for sale at our meetings in Plaxtol Memorial Hall, and also at Plaxtol Village Stores.

For more details, please see Books etc